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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who comes upon Frodo and tells him that he is concerned for Frodo's safety?
2. Who does Strider say has been following them for days, watching them and their movements?
3. Lothlorien is the fairest of all the ____________ of the Elves, according to Legolas.
4. What does Aragorn feel on him, which makes it difficult for him to sleep during Frodo's watch?
5. Lord _____________ greets everyone, telling Gimli he is happy that he is there and hopes this is a sign their differences can be mended.
Short Essay Questions
1. What is in the small wooden box that Sam receives from Lady Galadriel?
2. How does Gandalf eventually open up the door to the Mines of Moria?
3. What does Aragorn say when Frodo states that Aragorn is the rightful heir and that he should have the ring?
4. What does Gandalf reveal about his period of being absent from the journey?
5. What are the travelers given by the Elves in order to help their journey?
6. What happened to the Ringwraiths when their horses were drowned in the flood?
7. What does Sam share with Frodo that he has seen, though he's not sure it was a dream or not?
8. Who is given the task of deciding which way the journey much continue?
9. What does Frodo decide will be best for the Ring and for his quest?
10. In the last stage of their journey, what two directions are the travelers trying to choose between?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Frodo seems the most unlikely carrier for the Ring, though he willingly takes up the task.
Part 1: Why do you think Frodo is willing to take the ring to Mount Doom?
Part 2: Which other character might have made a good ringbearer? Why?
Part 3: What makes Frodo the right person to take the ring to Mount Doom?
Essay Topic 2
The quest between good and evil is the running theme of FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING.
Part 1: Do you think good and evil are clearly defined in this book? Why or why not?
Part 2: What are some of the examples of people who are clearly good? What makes them good? Why are they good?
Part 3: Which characters are clearly evil? What makes them evil? Why are they evil?
Essay Topic 3
In the end, Frodo decides to head off on his own, though the rest of the fellowship decides to follow anyway.
Part 1: Why is it important that Frodo go off on his journey alone?
Part 2: Is it a good idea to bring along Sam? Why or why not?
Part 3: What advantages might Frodo have in going off by himself on this journey?
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